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‘Naruto’ art exhibit debuts first TV spots

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‘Naruto’ art exhibit debuts first TV spots

Japanese publisher Shueisha has debuted the first two television spots for “Naruto Ten,” the upcoming exhibition celebrating the conclusion of conclusion of Masashi Kishimoto’s hit manga series.

The commercials, featuring images from the long-running fantasy adventure and original music by the Yoshida Brothers, advertise that tickets are available for preorder for the exhibition, which includes more than 150 pages of original art.

Announced last year, “Kishimoto Masashi Naruto Ten (Exhibition)” boasts Kishimoto’s artwork, installations duplicating famous scenes from the manga, a special film, and a replica of the desk where the creator worked.

The exhibition will be held April 25-June in Tokyo and July 18-27 in Osaka. Visitors will receive an official guest book that includes a new 19-page story by Kishimoto.

The final volume of Naruto was released Feb. 4 in Japan, where it sold 874,00o copies in its first week.

(via Anime News Network)

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